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Quick drying and light as a feather.
When the trail up to the crag is overgrown with foliage and soaked in dew, reach for the durable and quick-drying Gramicci Men's N.T.N. Pant. The abrasion-resistant nylon protects your legs from thorny branches and brambles yet is lightweight so you'll stay cool when the summer sun is high overhead. And just in case you're thinking that the nylon might not feel inviting for hiking and climbing, these pants are finished with a molecular protein wash for an exceptionally soft feel.
Sure the N.T.N. is great on the trail, but you'll really be impressed when you lace up your rock shoes and start climbing. The adjustable elastic waistband, engineered crotch gusset, and relaxed freestyle fit combine for complete freedom of movement both on and off the rock. In addition to the standard front and rear pockets, a hidden on-seam stash pocket keeps small valuables and essentials securely stowed away.
- High-density weave nylon
- Molecular protein wash
- Adjustable elastic waistband
- Engineered gusset
- Total of five pockets includes a zippered on-seam stash pocket
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I am a woman but since you don't carry...
I am a woman but since you don't carry larger women's sized pants, I want to know if you think this Gramicci NTN pant in a men's size would fit me. I need a 40 inch waist and room to fit hips at 50. I am tall, so I need an inseam of 32.
The waist and length of the Medium would do you, but with any Men's pants that I can think of, you're going to lose the fit when it comes to the hips. Even with a relaxed fit, 10" of difference between the waist and hips is just not a cut most manufacturers take into consideration when it comes to us guys. I'll do a little searching for you to see what I can find though.
Hi again Ruth,
Try this link for Columbia Sportswear's extended women's sizes. Maybe not the styles you had in mind, but waist and hip sizes that should work well. If not, say so, get specific as to what you're looking for in style and function, and we'll keep going from there.
Hope it helps you out.